Earlier today I was browsing software internships on my schools job posting website (I'm a CS student) and I noticed one of the jobs had this requirement:
Experience with Linux programming, ideally within the confines of a Pi-based system
I'm relatively new to Linux programming (I know some basics) but after seeing this I'm unsure as to the level of skill with Linux needed for this job. I've done some research on Raspberry Pi's (and I've heard of them in the past) but:
How would this influence how much Linux programming knowledge I'd need to have for the job?
Are there any other constraints I should know about when using Linux in a "Pi-based system"?
PS. I was unsure whether to post this type of question on the Unix/Linux page or the Raspberry Pi page, so to be safe I've posted it on both.
Also if anyone knows of any good tutorials for learning basic to intermediate Linux programming. I've already found a number of websites/videos but the more the better!
Thank you advance!